WIN Supporters at ‘Occupy London’
Yesterday, WIN supporters organised non-violently with hundreds of others, at the London occupation against the unjust economic system. Looking for a way into the financial centre, the gathering of quite a diverse bunch of people eventually settled outside St Paul’s cathedral. There was hope for a better world, music, & sit-down sessions to work out the nuts and bolts of the movement’s next steps. There is no doubt that something significant is taking shape.
NOTE: The occupation will need support including some basic necessities as people camp and organise. 1 way to find out more:
http://occupylondon.org.uk/And here’s a blog post from a WIN supporter: http://wasi-somewhere-in-between.blogspot.com/2011/10/day-occupation-came-to-town.html
Update: The vicar of St Paul’s came out to welcome occupation – he said they could stay, and asked the police to leave.
Well done to St Paul’s for supporting peaceful occupation against economic injustice, and thus demonstrating Christianity’s core values by example.